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person. >> marines are tough, demanding. but those under investigation at paris island are accused of a shocking degree of abuse. one muslim marine recruit recounting how he was ordered soaking wet into a large, hot clothes dryer in 2015 and asked if he was part of 9/11. the marine says the dryer was run multiple times and his neck and shoulders burned as he according to the marine, one of the two drill instructors then asked if he was still a muslim. he says when he responded yes, the dryer was run a fourth time. one marine official said it was one of those same drill instructors who this year forcefully slapped another marine, raheel sadiki who was sick and struggling.
death from a stairwell. his death was ruled a suicide by the marine corps and his family disputes that. penn state is under fire this morning for a controversial celebration planned for tomorrow's football game. the university is using the game against temple to mark the 50th anniversary of former coach paterno's first win at the school. a series of videos celebrating paterno's career will be shown at the game, but this shouldn't happen given allegations that paterno helped cover up jerry sandusky's scandal. week two of the nfl season is now under way. it got started with a heaping load of office thanks to the jets and the bills. the scar was matt forte, not bad, scoring a short touchdown there in the second quarter. then forte gave the jets the lead for good. that is late in the third. he tacked on another one just
the bills here. they win it, 37-31 in the end. bills are 0-2 so far on the season. forte. what an awesome last name. what does your name mean? strong. don't want to play against that guy. while thoovs going on, the yankees and the red sox are playing at boston's fenway park and part of the old stadium wasn't exactly cooperating. >> that part was a garage door in the wall along the left field line. it was opened beforehe inning and they had a little problem closing it. >> eventually, a grounds crew member ran to the rescue. initially, he had some trouble and climbed up on a bucket. still couldn't pull the door down. and then sort of mysteriously, the door just started coming down. kind of on its own. game on. >> yeah. i mean, the park has been opened since 1912. there might be some parts that aren't exactly working. >> green monster is still
and one more baseball note, actually, a huge baseball note, the chicago cubs, look at this. this is a huge moment right here. they lost that game to the brewers. but wait, with the cardinals also losing in san francisco, the cubs became the first team to clench a playoff spot. >> by losing? >> by losing, they won. >> all right. chicago is in the national league central champions. it's their first division crown since back-to-back wins in 2007 good times in wrigley there. >> they are probably partying it up into the morning hours here in wrigleyville. they still have 16 games to go on the season, can you imagine that? and they clench this early on. >> smooth sailing. >> might be. 1908 again. >> this is the year. this is it? >> it's coming back. whew! >> coming up, nine of america's most extreme athletes kick it up
why these red bull athletes are bein t phrough their paces under intense pressure facing their worst fears. and the chilling call to 911 operators in ohio from a kidnapped woman whispering into the phone as her captor slept beside her. how that call led to an even more grisly discovery. and remember, find us on facebook, wnnfans.com and twitter, @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." twitter@abcwnn.
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police in ohio believe they nabbed a possible serial killer after a chilling call to 911. >> a woman held captive untied herself and called for help whispering in the phone while her captor slept beside her. here's the story. >> reporter: a cry for help. >> i've been abducted. >> through a whisper. >> are you tied up now. >> yeah, but i kind of freed myself. >> reporter: an ohio woman been kidnapped by this man, 40-year-old shawn grate, a possible serial killer, and trapped in an abandon home, whispeng so she wouldn't wake the captor who was in the same room sleeping. >> does he have a weapon? >> he's got a taser. >> reporter: too terrified to make a move until officers arrived. >> if think you can get out, you need to get out. >> not unless they were right here. he would hear me and catch me. he's strong. >> reporter: when officers arrived, they rescued the woman. >> where is he?
>> reporter: two bodies discovered in the house, one identified at 43-year-old stacy stanley. >> this guy that did this to her and to these other women, he's a monster. >> graves was taken into custody and official said he eventually led them to a third body in the burned out home. he's charged with kidnapping and murdernd investigation unfolds. abc news, new york. coming up in the next half hour, what we never knew about o.j. simpson and what we are just now learning about his life behind bars including leadership positions he holds at the lovelock correctional center in nevada. who is in the photograph that he keeps in his prison cell? first, in a remote corner of the country, why are nine of the most daring, extreme athletes being put through a
? and we all respond to pressure pressure. >> that's where we're going, a little bill le joel. >> i was playing sorry. >> you're doing a great job. >> you know, on to pressure in a remote corner of the country. nine of the most daring and extreme athletes really kind of being pushed to their limits. >> so red bull invited nine of the most gnarly athletes they sponsor to montana for a training camp up like any other. we're up with "all nightline."
to harness and sharpen mental toughness, coming face-to-face with their biggest fears. the ultimate test of their fight or flight instincts. more on that encounter later. sasha scaled one of the most treacherous mountains after losing her father. >> i don't have a scientific approach to overcome emotions while climbing. that's what i hope to learn this week. >> when you're hanging literally entering your mind? what are you thinking? >> in climbing, you enter different zones of thought. when i perform my best, i'm solely thinking what's in front of me. >> this week, she and other athletes are in the dark, literally. atop this mountain, actors are training them in emotional exercises. this is called the breath defier. >> it's a super intense breathing exercise. >> it's going to hurt. lungs are going to burn. >> reporter: this intensive
tap into their innermost feelings, and it's not easy. when it's all over, and overpowering catharsis. [ screaming ] >> reporter: some athletes start speaking in tongues. others crying uncontrollably. truly performing under pressure means being ready to conquer fear, even when you least expect it. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. of course i fell. >> bruised ego aside, i was fine.
turns out he's a trained bear named bart. it's none less terrifying to say the least. >> i've never been this close to a bear before. the athletes are then asked to swallow their anxiety and meet the bear up close. >> here you go, bart. >> when you go back to face it, was it metaphor call to facing your fears? >> i was mentally ready to roll on the ground with a bear, like this is going down. i'm going to wrestle a thousand pound grisly bear. >> for abc, white fish, montana. >> that is a very big bear to get that close to. >> juju was talking about how frightened she was. on her instagram, she had all these behind-the-scene pictures of the shoot there and she was quite scared. during one of the incidents she actually faced -- landed on her face.
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this morning on "world news now" donald trump and hillary clinton taking to each other on the campaign trail. the topic turning away from their health to another issue that now has trump in a bit of a tough spot. we'll explain why. a major recall from one of the world's biggest electronic makers, samsung order to recall 1 million products nationwide, and we have new details on how and when you can hope to get a replacement. new this half hour, an alarming fit of road rage involving a school bus. >> driving dangerously with a fedex truck. the drivers getting into an argument, both while on the job. taking a knee. the star u.s. soccer player protesting again during the national anthem, but this time circumstances are different. we'll explain why she might have
from abc news, this is "world news now." i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. hillary clinton back on the campaign trail out swinging again. >> clinton hammered donald trump after he refused again to acknowledge president obama was born in the united states. a short time later, trump's campaign said for the first time that president obama was born in here's the latest. >> reporter: hillary clinton on the mend. ? i feel good ? >> reporter: on the stump after taking a few sick days to fight pneumonia. >> nobody ever accuses me of quitting. >> reporter: back on track tacking donald trump. >> he was asked one more time, where was president obama born? and he still wouldn't say hawaii.
this bigotry? >> reporter: the washington post reported trump was still unwilling to say he believes that president obama was born in the u.s. thursday night, the trump campaign put out a statement saying because trump successfully obtained the president's birth certificate, trump now believes the president was born in the u.s. as for trump's health? >> i feel as good today as i did he handed dr. oz two doctors' notes. >> if a patient of mine had these records, i'd be really happen. >> reporter: although he admitted -- >> i think i could lose weight. >> reporter: the race is a dead heat with less than two months to go. >> i've always said this was going to be a tight race. i feel like we are in a strong position going into these last weeks. >> reporter: this praise had plenty of weekly twists and turns, but it appears the next big task for the candidates will
presidential debate. >> thank you. meanwhile, donald trump's oldest son under fire for his choice of words. while defending his father, donald trump jr. accused the media of favoring hillary clinton. but now the anti-defamation league is now accusing him of holocaust jokes. >> let her slide on every discrepancy, lie, every dnc game trying to get bernie sanders out of this thing. i mean doing that, they would be warming up the gas chamber right now. >> trump jr. said he was referring to corporal punishment, not the holocaust. and he'll have much more to say this morning on "good morning america" later this morning. turning overseas, the cease-fire in syria appears to be faltering. two children and an adult have
civilian in aleppo. meanwhile, the government blames assad for blocking needed humanitarian aid. in germany now, where a group of extremists and young refugees clashed. at least 80 germans and 20 refugees attacked each other in a town near the polish border. officers were attacked with wooden sticks and bottles by the asylum seekers. police say the extremists were drunk. it's unclear who started it, but the town has been plagued by racist incidents. samsung's new smartphone now facing recalls. the safety commission ordered the company to pull 1 million 7s worldwide with 90 reports of damage from overheated phones in the u.s. the faa warned air travelers not to use note 7s on planes. >> because this product presents such a serious fire hazard, i'm urging all consumers, all consumers to take advantage of this recall right away.
phones will be in stores by next wednesday. the head of samsung america has apologized saying the company did not meet the standard of excellence customers deserved. in new york city, police opened fire on a man wielding a meat cleaver. place say the suspect attacked when won fronted and trying to remove a boot from his car. the officer slashed in the face, and the suspect was shot several times. >> reporter: a terrifying scene in the heart of new york city's midtown area, leaving three officers injured. police swarming the area after 5:00 p.m., rush hour, sirens blaring. >> suspect has been identified as j-o-d-u-e-h. >> reporter: after an officer spotted the suspect armed with a meat cleaver on 32nd street, blocks from penn station and madison square garden. officers chased the man for
the officers first discharging their tasers, then opening fire. the suspect struck. police surrounding the ambulance and placing someone on a stretcher. the aerials show a usually bustling street brought to a stand still, tourists, commuters stopped by barricades on all sides while officers investigate. one officer suffered a laceration to the head, another of have been taken to the hospital and are expected to be okay. the suspect was also taken to the same hospital and learned the suspect is in critical condition. we're learning the suspect has been arrested at least a dozen times. no doubt, this is just the start of the investigation here in midtown, manhattan. gio benitos, abc news, new york. the navy's out with the cause of a fatal blue angel crash from june. it happened in tennessee. navy's report on the incident says it was pilot error. it says the pilot lost control of his fighter because he was flying too fast and was too low to the ground for the maneuver
pilot fatigue and cloudy weather are mentioned as factors in the crash. and the bus driver in this incident has reportedly been fired. now take a look. the bus was recorded on a new jersey road driving behind a truck when the bus goes to pass the truck, the fedex driver swerves forcing the bus into the opposing lanes. luckily, no cars were coming that direction, and there were no kids on board we should note. fedex says the driver's actions are being reviewed as well. u.s. soccer star megan rapinoe may be reviewed for her protest. this is the first time she's shown support for kaepernick's stance against racial injustice in an international match. afterwards, u.s. soccer issued a statement reading in part, as part of the privilege to represent your country, we have an expectation that our players and coaches will stand and honor our flagging while the national
normally, it's not easy for a king to give up a crown, but for a young man, stepping down from the throne was easy. >> max aiken in the shoulder pads and kale norwood have been friends since sixth grade. both up for homecoming king at the texas high school. max is the quarterback for the football team. kl is the team manager. he also has cerebral palsy. max was king, but he handed over the crown to his friend. >> i think it should have gone to the person who positiontively uplifts th kale for sure. >> what a heads up move. >> calling the move terrific. the crowd chanted his name right after the halftime ceremony. >> max says everyone at the school loves kl. kl called max his favorite quarterback. >> sure he won a lot of fans. >> not his favorite person at the school. >> reggie is his favorite
>> i love that story. that's great. it's also great to know that this was not just a nice gesture on max's part. they were both up for king. the entire student body does recognize how much joy kale brings to the school. it's great. coming up in the skinny, donald trump steps out of the comfort zone on late night tv. the very unpresidential thing that jimmy fallon asked the republican nominee to do, and donald trump said yes. first, the new details we're learning about o.j. simpson's life behind bars and leadership positions he holds, and the one thing he hangs on to in his jail cell. here's a look at today's forecast. "world news now weather"
someone fled the scene bleeding. >> while detectives were at the game in rockingham attempting to reach someone inside, you noticed the white bronco. is that right? it was parked strangely, jutting out. >> that's cuba gooding, jr. in the "people versus o.j. simpson" racking up a whopping 22 emmy nominations including nominations for all leading actors as well as executive producer, ryan murphy. >> but this morning even after the month's long trial, the fx series, the espn documentary series, we're learning new details about o.j. simpson and his life behind bars. >> a side of simpson never seen before. a prisoner 1027820 at the lovelock correctional facility
armed robbery and kidnapping. >> simpson's daily routine? it's pretty much mundane. gets up at 6:30 in the morning, eats an early breakfast, usually cold cereal with a muffin and fruit before going to the four-day workweek work shift mopping floors and cleaning equipment. >> simpson does hold some leadership positions inside the prison tapping his considerable athletic career. coachi p he also recently has become the prison's softball league commissioner. >> he shares a bunk, toilet and sink with a cellmate, but what he keeps to himself in a cell according to a former guard, a photo of himself and his ex-wife, nicole brown simpson. it's not likely, by the way, there's been so much about o.j. simpson seen in the last year or so with the fx series and espn
he's seen them because the prison doesn't get fx and did not allow the airing of that espn documentary. >> so strange to have so much going on about him right now that he can't even see. >> yeah. >> 22 nominations. for that series. >> emmys are here on abc sunday. >> 68th annual. >> yes. >> airing on abc. 7:00 p.m. eastern, 4:00 p.m. pacific. >> told that next year is the 69th annual. >> we'll have to practice ou when we come back, the unpresidential thing that jimmy fallon did to donald trump last night on late night tv. and startling announcement from adele, the skinny is next. "world news now" continues after this from our abc
so skinny ? time now for the skinny. donald trump tops the headlines this morning. stepping outside his comfort zone of late night tv. >> yes, he appeared last night on the "tonight show" as jimmy fallon asked the republican presidential nominee if he could do a certain something. he asked trump if he could mess up his hair. >> go ahead. [ cheers and applause ] >> donald trump, everybody! i'll do it as well. donald trump, everybody! >> i like jimmy tried to mess up his own hair to make him feel even. at the very least, that puts a rest to any left wing conspiracy theories that donald trump wears a toupee. i don't know that it's a left wing conspiracy theory, but a general conspiracy theory. >> a general theory. >> it's definitely a comb over, right?
>> it's the style he's rocking. >> that's awesome. >> that was a lot, really. he really we want for it. he committed. >> committed. >> you're dying, aren't you? >> dying to mess it up. >> donna the hair stylist is about to tackle kendis. he wants to mess up my hair. >> she's like, don't do it. next, speaking of stepping outside of comfort zone, orlando bloom made a bold move on social media. been waiting for. >> really? >> the actor has finally taken his instagram account public. >> bloom has already posted more than 100 photographs and videos including adorable clips of his mother and son flynn as well as video of him in full sand protection gear -- is that sand protection gear? burning man along with his girlfriend, katie perry. >> flipping into the water. oh, taj mahal.
earlier this summer. he blamed a guy who stole his swimming trunks. >> a lot of people thanking that guy. for the record, this out, bloom already has nearly 100,000 followers after just a few hours on instagram. >> 101,000. >> uh-huh. and he's following 153 accounts including, we should point out -- >> mine? >> no, no. walt disney studios. the economist maga beyonce and, of course, katy perry. all right. next to a superstar taking a super pause in her career. >> adele suspended tours for ten years so she can focus on raising her 3-year-old son, anglo. >> the pause is set to happen after wrapping up the current tour in november. the british pop power house doesn't want to miss a single moment of anglo growing up. >> but it likely won't make a
since she's reportedly considering a lucrative multi year vegas residency, which would be perfect for a working mom since she would perform at night after night in the same place. >> adelle telling "vogue" this year that motherhood gave her a, quote, purpose that was previous absent from her life. hosting the 68th prime time emmys, but he's not taking himself seriously. >> captured two of the most memorable tv moments from this year. >> he recreated this moment from "game of thrones," and perhaps more comically in the photo that graces the magazine's cover, he's in a courtroom dressed at marsha clark in a full beard. >> we want to remind you that coverage of the emmy awards starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern time, 4:00 p.m. pacific here on
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? it's been an active week with politics to talk about all week long and the security scare on live tv. >> plus a rock n' roll icon who rocked the world of one of the biggest fans. check out our week rewind. >> how we feeling? >> nothing more to know. all health indicators are good. she's very strong. >> stronger together. >> why not share your medical records? why not? >> well, i have really no problem in doing it. i have it right here. should i do it? i don't care. should i do it? [ applause ] it's two letters.
is from lennox hill hospital. >> the russians are using hacking to discredit their enemies and to change public perceptions. they don't care if everyone knows that they are doing it. >> the last thought in my head is that a brand new device is going to burn down my car. >> what samsung did is like the wild, wild west. now we left consumers in a situation where they are totally confused. >> i've been in law enforcement for over 30 years and seen a lot of things, but i've never seen so many senseless, violent acts >> our image is being tarnished, and it's embarrassing. >> every single person or entity that left the state made it clear they left the state over one thing, the worst anti-lgbt law in the nation. >> we have a little incident. i would like to thank our security team who stayed in shape. >> so many feelings through my head right now. i'm a littleurt. >> it's in our culture to have tall skinny women. that's unrealistic.
than a size 12 are more challenging to dress. i think it's a lot of poppycock. >> i've been on treadmills, walking, you know, doing all the things that i normally do. >> twerking. >> and you don't have, you know, you walk with ear buds, and they get caught on something? >> right. >> never had that problem. ? coming up, we got hillary clinton headed to philadelphia, donald trump heads to florida and north carolina. >> next week, they will be fairly busy, and we have national cheeseburger day. >> so excited for that one. >> on sunday that we'll celebrate. this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for
good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the stories we're following this morning on "world news now." the federal government ordered samsung to recall its note after dozens of fires have been blamed on overheated batteries. replacements will be available next wednesday. full details ahead. a human rights group says at least three people, including two children, have been killed in syria since the u.s. and russia brokered a cease-fire this week. both sides accuse each other of violating the agreement. police in ohio believe they've nabbed a possible serial killer after a chilling call to 911 led them to a woman he allegedly kidnapped, and them the discovery of three bodies. customers in sydney, australia among the first to get hands on the new apple iphone7. it goes on sale around the world today. some models of the phone already
september 16th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> just because they're 14 hours ahead of us, they get the iphone first. >> you're jealous. >> a little jelly. >> little jelly. >> let's start this half hour with not the iphone, but samsung, and what really is turning into a fiasco for that company. the federal government on the ordered the company to recall 1 million of the note 7s. >> it comes after more than 90 reports of a smart phones overheating due to a battery problem. samsung says the problem affects 2.5 million phones worldwide. >> reporter: after nearly 100 exploding or burning phones in the u.s. alone -- >> sound like it bursted, and there was smoke everywhere. >> reporter: samsung, which for
problem on its own, made a deal with the u.s. government. >> we're announcing the official recall. >> reporter: nearly a million phones in the u.s. are affected after 92 reports of overheating, 26 people burned, 55 pieces of property damaged, including cars and a garage, as part of the official recall and greed to offer a refund after first offering only an exchange. only 130,000 of the note 7s in the u.s. have been exchanged, which means there are more than 8000 and the federal government worried about ion batteries on aircraft, says the only one one can be taken on board is if it's shut off and disconnected from a charger, but airlines could decide to ban them entirely and subway systems warn against them too. samsung says it was only the note 7 with the defective battery, but reports of other galaxy phones of overheating,
to be investigated too. >> the company was adamant the batteries were only in the note 7. >> we'll see. i hope they are right, but we'll see. >> reporter: the south korean company apologized this week, and the american subsidiary provided a prepared statement. >> we did not meet the standard of excellence that you expect and deserve. for that, we apologize. >> reporter: samsung providing pictures of the new phones, which it says are available in stores next wednesday. that refund option was key for the consumer product safety commission, so somebody could take the money back, and wait to the replacement shows up, and then go buy a new one. david kerley, abc news, maryland. to politics, for the first time, donald trump's campaign acknowledged that president obama was, indeed, born in the united states. >> and all of this comes as a result of what trump said in an interview earlier in the day saying that president obama was a natural born citizen -- or
birther movement for years, it's not clear if and when you'll hear an admission from trump himself. he has a busy day of campaigning on tap with events in washington and miami. yesterday, his private jet beat his traveling press core to a number of people and refused to delay his speech. >> i heard that the press is stuck on their airplane. they can't get here. [ cheers and applause ] i love it. >> by the time trump -- the media arrived, trump wrapped up his speech. hillary clinton referred to trump's reluctance to accept the fact the president was born in hawaii as ugliness and bigotry. she returned to the stump to find herself in a dead heat, just one point ahead of trump. ? i feel good ? >> reporter: her first appearance back on the campaign trail and hillary clinton walked out to that new song.
feel good," just about every move she made designed to show just how good she's feeling before she boarded the plane bound for north carolina, a smile and a thumb's up, on board -- >> hi, guys. >> hi. >> welcome back to stronger together. >> reporter: i clinton telling supporters she's glad to be back. >> it turns out, having a few days to myself was actually a gift. i did some thinking. you know, the campaign trail doesn't really encourage reflection. >> reporter: the race clinton returns to tighter than ever. >> when you were home reflecting over the last three days, i wonder if you did soul searching about the new poll numbers that
>> i always said it would be a tight race. i feel we're in a strong position going into these last weeks. what matters is who registers to vote and who is motivated and mobilized to turn out to vote. >> reporter: she never mentioned donald trump by name. she didn't have to. >> my opponent runs us down, we're weak, a disaster, embarrassment. >> reporter: admitting campaigning is not her strength. >> when it comes to public service, i'm better at the service part than the public part. now, i confess, i'll never be the showman my opponent is, and that's okay with me. >> reporter: abc news, greensboro, north carolina. now to a terrifying scene in new york city as police open fire on a suspect wielding a meat cleaver near madison square garden. a witness says he saw a man holding a large knife surrounded by police yelling at him. police he attacked an offduty offer after police saw the man trying to remove a boot from his car. >> trying to break the boot, pass over there, what's going on
that's illegal, you can't do that. >> the suspect may have been living in the car. the detective was treated for a 6 inch gash to the face, and both men are expected to recover from their injuries. in ohio, authorities investigating the fatal shooting of a teenager by a police officer. the 13-year-old allegedly pulled a gun on police that turned out to be a bb gun. alex perez has the details. >> reporter: in columbus, ohio, growing questions the death of a 13-year-old, starting with a 911 call of an armed robbery. >> this man just had a gun on this white dude on the street. when officer respond, the suspects including the 13-year-old, take off. >> may be cutting through the side street, which would be oak street. >> reporter: police on the chase, the police say the teenager pulled a gun from the
his weapon, killing him. >> oh, he's shooting him. oh, my god. >> reporter: discovering the weapon was a bb gun like this with a laser site. >> as you can see it looks like a firearm that could kill you. >> reporter: the case similar to the incident two years ago when an officer in this cleveland park shot and killed 12-year-old rice seconds after arriving on the scene. investigators later determined rice was carrying a realistic looking pellet gun. the officer in shooting is on administrative leave. none of the officers that chased the 13-year-old boy down this alley were wearing body cameras, and the attorney for the boy's family are now calling for an independent investigation. abc news, columbus, ohio. officials have a major new clue in the mystery of missing malaysia aircraft. take a look at this large piece of metal found in tanzania in
it's part of the wing flap from the doomed plane, according to authorities. a date stamped on the part linked to it, that particular boeing 777. it vanished in march of 2014. it was carrying 219 people on board. a mattress store is publicly apologizing for a 9/11 themed commercial. it aired last week on the 15th anniversary of the attack, and since then, the store has been closed. while apologizing yesterday, they talked about 9/11 families who may have been offended. >> i really want to ask for their forgiveness. it's done. i take responsibility. >> he spoke via skype with a 9/11 widow and she forgave him. there is an old school tribute taking place in the skies. take a look at this. it's called a trike plane, a hand glider with an engine. he's flying across count, paying tribute to a flight taken 105 years ago. the trip is expected to take 40
filming that journey. a more conventional plane had troubles captured on camera. this happened in the netherlands. the aircraft overshot the runway in an airport near rotterdam and sent up a cloud of dust. it hit a potato feel. the pilot, we're told, is okay. one of belgium's most historic city came up with an innovative way to move beer. >> yes. >> it's a truck. it used to be used to move from a brewery to a bottling plant in the city, but that truck? so yesterday. >> so passe. today, they are opening a beer pipeline. that stretches more than two
the plant. the pipeline moves nearly 900 gallons of beer an hour. >> today, officials say it removes the risk that big trucks pose to the city's historic buildings and streets. >> okay. >> also, beer driving over cobblestones probably not the best combination. >> you don't want it to go flat. >> cute. >> you like that? >> yeah. it was cute. working all morning on that. coming up, hero or traitor? the growing campaign for edward snowden who leaked classified information as a new movie about him hits theaters today. today on world play-doh day, they turn 60 years old. wait until you see -- wait until you see what -- they made out of play-doh of us. first, a look at today's high temperatures. "world news now weather"
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a congressional report targets edward snowden saying the leak of information caused tremendous damage to national security. >> it comes amid a growing campaign for president obama to pardon snowden and as one take on snowden's story is shown in movie theaters coast to coast. >> reporter: he exposed the nsa's surveillance secret, and today, the story hits the big screen. >> think of it as a google search, we see e-mails, chats, whatever. >> which p >> the whole kingdom. >> reporter: they painted him as a hero. >> i feel i'm made to do this, and if i don't do it, then i don't know anybody else that can. >> reporter: joseph gordon levitt plays the character. >> the net results of what snowden did was positive. did he break the law? he did.
classified documents to journalists. that's breaking the law, but the nsa was also breaking the law. >> reporter: making a pardon push, the snowden campaign asks president obama to pardon the leaker before leaving office. it's drawn support of celebrities like martin sheen, and daniel radcliff. >> snow den thanked his supporters. >> i don't know what tomorrow looks like. i'm glad the decisions that i made, and i'm thankful to all of you supporting me. report released on an investigation into snowden's action. the report called him a, quote, serial exaggerator and fabricator. snowden blocked the report on twitter saying, quote, the american people deserve better. this report diminishing the committee. the white house wants him to return to the u.s. to face charges of espionage. >> he's not a whistle blower. his conduct put american lives at risk.
security. >> reporter: those comments suggest it's unlikely president obama will pardon snowden any time soon. a debate over whether he's a traitor or hero will continue. >> all right. thank you. coming up, our insomniac theater. >> the sequel to the blare witch project and third bridget jones next. "world news now" continues
it's time for insomniac theater checking out a couple of r-rated movies this weekend. >> yeah. some feel good movies starting with the blair witch. the sequel of the 1999 blair witch project. believes to be his sister's experiences in the haunted woods of the blair witch, james and the group of friends head into the forest in search of his lost sibling. >> come on! don't look! >> i'm so sorry. >> sorry is what the critics are
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this morning on "world news now" -- wait, they are better than the real ones. >> in case you have not checked your calendar, it is world play-doh day. >> there are more alive than the real thing, i would say. >> i love this. so play-doh made play-doh versions of us to celebrate this holiday, and we are absolutely fascinated. look at the world news now mugs. they have handles on them, by the way. >> they do. it's a big anniversary for play-doh, 60 years, and this is fascinating thing that they did for us. take a look at how it all took place. a time lapsed video of the amazing artists in new jersey who took some seven hours. look at that. to recreate us on the world news now set. >> i have eyebrows and
so cool. >> i have a pretty good chest. >> the iconic brand turns 60, 1956 is when play-doh came out, and more than 3 billion cans of play-doh sold since across 80 countries. we're trying to see if we can duplicate what they do. somehow manage to make this happen. we like to mention that it took them seven hours, and they are experts. >> exactly. >> and we, of course, are not at all experts and don't have seven hours, but we're going to do -- >> i think i need -- >> our best here. >> i need a lighter color. >> i need to make your shirt. i think -- >> what mac number do you news? >> mc 17. they don't have that? >> they don't quite have mc 17. >> play-doh use to be red, blue, yellow, and white. >> yep. now there are more than 50 colors. can you believe that? >> more than 50 colors.
flour. it ends up being, i don't know what i'm doing here. >> so there's cologne by the fragrance library that's scented like play-doh. >> oh, really? >> yeah. >> this smell is nostalgic, i find. doesn't it? when you smell play-doh, you know exactly what it is. >> i made your ears -- they look like princess lea. >> really, really dark eyes. >> your ears like like princess leia. >> you have like obama ears. >> trying to give me some eyes. >> oh, where is it? where is it?
erica this morning. >> have a great day. making news in america this friday morning, reversing course. donald trump appearing to backtrack on his birther stance. his campaign now says the republican nominee believes the president was born in the usa. the issue now a sticking point in the election as hillary clinton gets back on the campaign trail. plus, what caused trump's hair to look like this? overnight samsung announces when replacement phones will be available after 1 million galaxy note 7s were recalled. what owners of the phone should know. >>ttacked in busy midtown manhattan. a man with a meat cleaver on a rampage. new video this morning showing what may have led to that wild incident. and an out-of-control plane